In 2009, Square founders saw an opportunity. Small businesses were missing out on sales, so Square created a small, square credit card reader that plugged into a mobile device. Now eight years later, Square is a small business giant that’s leaping into new areas like peer-to-peer lending and food delivery and pick up.
Join NPR’s How I Built This host Guy Raz as he interviews Michael Coscetta, Head of Global Sales at Square, to learn how sales helped fuel Square's success.
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